The role of a PM is, necessarily, murky. It changes wildly from company to company, and even within a company from team to team, and even on a particular team from day to day. It is perhaps the job where the epithet “wears many hats” is most apt …
We’re often asked how do I become a product manager?
Well here are 5 tips to help you get a job in product management…
If things aren’t going as well as expected have a look at our tips to help you close the revenue gap.
If you could have stood in front of a mirror and told yourself 2 things when you first started out in product management – what would they have been?
The less you build, the faster you can launch and the sooner you get revenue.
So why isn’t everyone doing it?
What makes them so damn good?
Some wonderful comments from product managers in this blog entry.
Product management is the job of looking after a specific product within a business.
There are two parts to the job – bringing new products to market and managing those that are already launched and ‘in-life’. Read more of this explanation…
There are a range of product management training options available and it can be difficult to decide which to choose.
Use the following to help decide the best option for you.
“You’ll learn more from spending an hour with a customer than you can from 50 market research reports” says Adrian Slywotzky.
So get out of the office and speak to customers …
As a product manager are you constantly sweeping up the mess made by someone else?
Of course we’re sympathetic … but I sometimes wonder if we bring some of this upon ourselves…